Guennewig Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten
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... interested in how much we would be able to see due to the snow. We were not disappointed! We saw just about ever animal they had, and the crowds were very light. From tigers playing in the snow to orangutan battles to baby monkeys swinging on ropes. It was a great zoo and it's park-like setting was made even more beautiful and serene by the recent snow. It even snowed a little while we were there. Overall it was a prefect visit to ...
Leipzig was lovely. We were only there for three days, but it was worth stopping at on the way to Berlin, which is just about an hour away from Leipzig.
Leipzig is an historic city because most of the peaceful protests took place there during 1989 that led to the Berlin Wall being taken down. "We are the people!" is ...
Trains from 9am-5pm to get to the other side of Germany. Loooong trip via Frankfurt and Cologne, but it was very interesting to see the countryside. It was Beautiful through the Rhine Valley. Castles galore! Grape vines, barges and little villages/old houses. And now... WE ARE STAYING IN A CASTLE FOR THREE NIGHTS! It's very ...
... t stop until we got to Colditz. The satnav navigated us away from the city and appeared to be working well. However, we suddenly came across a road junction that wasn't there and then realised that the roads it was taking us on were getting smaller and smaller. Despite them being back roads, they were free of traffic, especially trucks, and kept us moving. However, the last straw was a place called Annaberg where the road south suddently stopped. Despite the road closure there were ...
... commented that celebrating with German flags hanging out of their car windows is normally a very un-German thing to do. German flags are not at not typically displayed at government buildings—except the Reichstag in Berlin and perhaps the capitol building in each state—as is customary in the U.S. Also private citizens rarely display them. I would venture that in the vast majority of cases here it would be in support of a national sports team, rather than out of ...